Just over a week after Monday, Apple made available to developers today the third beta versions of iOS / iPadOS 13.3.1 (build 17D5050a), from watchOS 6.1.2 (17S5796a) and the tvOS 13.3.1 (17K5795a) – was left out, for now, the macOS Catalina 10.15.3.
The new test versions are currently available only to developers, but very soon they will also have to paint in the Apple Beta Software Program (with the exception of watchOS, which is not part of the program).
Such versions rely only on bug fixes (such as the Communication Limits for Children) and general performance improvements – at least for now, no new features have been found in them.
Regarding bugs, Apple also fixed an issue involving privacy in the second beta of iOS 13.3.1. The information was discovered by Brandon Butch:
Apple had already promised that it would implement such an option on iOS due to a controversy that arose over data collections from unauthorized locations on the iPhone – precisely due to the U1 chip.
If more news comes up, of course, we’ll update and talk more in this article.
Update Jan 24, 2020 at 16:40
The third beta version of macOS Catalina 10.15.3 (build 19D75a) was made available today by Apple to developers. As always, she will soon be painting in the Apple Beta Software Program.